Thailand GP Gold 2008: Day 6 (29 June -Finals)

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  1. abedeng

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    Lin Dan's crosscourt attacks are so devastating.
     
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    LD ups the pace and smashes his way to match point 20-13
     
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    Last try for BP
    20-13 LD leads
     
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    A fitting finish as LD finishes it off with another cross court missile.
     
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    The game is over for Boonsak Ponsana
    Lin Dan wins the Thailand Open 2008
    17-21, 21-15, 21-13
     
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    that cross court take him at least 3 points.
     
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    LD takes it in rubber. 1st set was just warm up
     
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    Well, that went along expected lines :rolleyes:
     
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    Looks like the Chinese team wraps up this whole tournament. Very strong contender indeed.
     
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    Now Li Yongbo has every reason not to be worried for his protege ;)
    Lin Dan played such a casual game today.
    Never was he on the verge of a critical loss.
     
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    no upset yet :D
     
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    Boonsak had no answer when LD upped the pace. LD then unloaded a series of killer cross court smashes that BP could only wave at. In the end, BP didn't even move for it. In summary, a clinical display by the world #1.
     
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    too much fire powa, this time, with extra spices of deceptions:)
    boonsak had to change shirt too:p
     
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    If Taufik Hidayat and Lee Chong Wei are watching, they're unlikely to be very pleased with what just happened :p
     
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    BP proved to be a great challenge, too bad his fitness level is so poor...
    Didn't he recently fail some fitness test set by Thailand Badminton... He has great defense and lethal backhand attacks at times.
     
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    Lindan's fitness is superb...
     
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    It was so strange to see Boonsak lift so many times to Lin Dan's forehand back corner.

    That is one of LD's strongest spots...
    and he punished quite a few of the lifts with his trademark crosscourt winners :eek:
     
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    good match. boonsak played well considering he had almost no chance of winning.
     
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    Fitness and speed!!:eek::eek:
     
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    but PSH will be more ready to challenge LD compare to those two... Korean player always like the challenge
     

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